January 15, 2010 at 10:02 am , by Gabrielle Porcaro
Continued from yesterday…here is my favorite red carpet moments for the woman in the movie categories…
Best Actress in Drama- Movies
Emily Blunt , The Young Victoria
Emily always looks beautiful on the red carpet. The eye catching blue Calvin Klein dress she wore to the Oscars in 2007 certainly stood out. I loved how she kept it minimal by not wearing a necklace. She let the dress speak for itself.
Sandra Bullock, The Blind Side and The Proposal
Sandra’s look at last years Golden Globe awards was magnificent. I thought the pairing of a pale pink asymmetrical dress (Dior) with turquoise and gold jewelry and a matching turquoise clutch was fabulous.
Helen Mirren, The Last Station
Always age appropriate, Dame Helen, made an excellent choice with this Christian Lacroix dress for the 2004 Oscars, the year she won for her role in The Queen.
Carey Mulligan, An Education
With her fashion forward style choices, I can’t wait to see what Carey will be wearing on Sunday. I loved her look at the LA premiere of An Education – a strapless, floral Lanvin dress.
Gabourey Sidibe, Precious
A new comer to acting and red carpets, Gabourey has had an amazing year. She knows how to show off her curvy shape and the David Meister dress she wore for her film’s Cannes premiere, truly flattered her figure.
Best Actress in Comedy or Musical
Marion Cotillard, Nine
The always-gorgeous French actress makes excellent fashion choices. I loved her entire look at the 2008 Oscars when she won Best Actress for La Vie En Rose. The Jean-Paul Gaultier designed white and silver fishtail dress- the long necklace – the hair down to one side- C’est magnifique !
Julia Roberts, Duplicity
Julia won an Oscar for Erin Brockovich in 2001. The Valentino dress she wore became one of the most iconic dresses in Oscar history.
Subtle yet elegant at last years Oscar’s, Meryl (pictured with Sophia Loren) choose an attractive mushroom-colored gown by Alberta Ferretti. Again, very age-appropriate.
So did I pick the right moments? Who are you hoping will win?
For TV: Edie or Tina for favorite comedic actress and Anna for dramatic actress.
For Movies: Meryl to win for best comedic actress and a newcomer like Gabourey or Carey for best actress in a drama.
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